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Videos: Torchy's Tacos in Austin on VendrTV

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Houston Chronicle restaurant critic Alison Cook recently called Torchy's Tacos in Austin home to one of the best tacos she's ever eaten. In honor of today being National Taco Day (yup, October 4 is National Taco Day for some reason), here's a profile of Torchy's from VendrTV. Watch the video and let us know what's the best taco you've ever eaten. And then go eat some tacos. More

Street Food-Themed Wallets from VendrTV Now On Sale

Robyn Lee 1 comment

Now available from street food-centric web show VendrTV are these spiffy vinyl wallets featuring colorful illustrations by Hawk Krall, aka the man behind our Hot Dog of the Week series. You can help support the show and keep your money stylish by buying one for $25. VendrTV is teaming up with vendors around the country to offer discounts (to be announced) to wallet-holders. More

Video: Bet's Fish Fry in Maine on VendrTV

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On the latest episode of VendrTV, host Dan Delaney takes us to Bet's Fish Fry in Boothbay, Maine, for fried haddock and french fries. More

Win Tickets To VendrTV's First Birthday Party

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At Serious Eats, we've been big fans of VendrTV, a podcast and website chronicling street food all over America, since they launched in February of 2009. Since then, Dan Delaney and friends have visited carts from Portland, Oregon to... More

Video: Lobster Rolls from Red's Eats on VendrTV

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This week, Dan Delaney of VendrTV visits legendary lobster roll stand Red's Eats in Wiscasset, Maine. The meat isn't mixed with mayonnaise or celery like other lobster rolls, but simply piled high onto a buttered, grilled roll, with melted butter on the side. They also serve crab rolls, fried haddock, fried clams, and burgers. Watch the video after the jump.... More

Video: VendrTV Visit's Portland, Oregon's Grilled Cheese Grill

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In the latest episode of VendrTV, a visit to the Grilled Cheese Grill in Portland, Oregon, is as much about the Airstream trailer–based sandwich vendor as it is about the city's street-food scene in general. Host Dan Delaney talks to Food Carts Portland's Brett Burmeister as they sample sandwiches, including the "Cheesus" (pictured, bottom left), the grill's version of the Hamburger Fatty Melt. Watch, after the jump.... More

Video: VendrTV Visits the Veraci Mobile Pizza Oven in Seattle's Pike Place Market

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This week, Daniel Delaney of VendrTV visits the Veraci Pizza mobile wood-oven at Seattle's Pike Place Market. If you don't live in Seattle, you might remember Veraci from the post we did about it on Slice last June. Veraci got its start operating a small arsenal of mobile pizza ovens at farmers' markets in the Northwest (various locations in Seattle and Bend, Oregon). Two things about this are neat—the mobile oven inherently, and the fact that the pizzamakers attached to the ovens could take advantage of market-fresh produce and toppings. Anyway, 'nuff blabbin'. Watch the video, after the jump.... More

Video: VendrTV Talks to Founder of Oakland's Blue Bottle Coffee

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VendrTV's Daniel Delaney and Facebook's Dave Morin talk to James Freeman, founder of the Bay Area's wildly popular Blue Bottle Coffee Company. [via Bay Area Bites]... More

Video: Portland's Nuevo Mexico Cart on VendrTV

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On the latest episode of VendrTV, host Dan Delaney visits the Nuevo Mexico cart in Portland, Oregon, owned by Jesse Sandoval, former drummer of indie rock band The Shins. Using what he learned from growing up with his family's food cart, today Sandoval specializes in New Mexican cuisine, in particular sopaipillas (fried dough) stuffed with meat, beans, cheese, and green chile. There's also an appearance from former keyboardist of The Shins, Martin Crandall. Watch the video after the jump.... More

In Videos: VendrTV.com Launches with Visit to NYC's Treats Truck

Adam Kuban 10 comments

Vendr.tv, a podcast and website "covering the best of the best curbside cuisine the the world has to offer," launched on Sunday. The premiere episode has host Daniel Delaney visiting the Treats Truck in New York City. Delaney says that he and the crew are about to travel to Philly and Boston to highlight street vendors there, followed by a trip to the West Coast. The premiere episode is well produced, if a smidge too long at 6:43 (my attention span for web video is two to three minutes). But Delaney seems like an affable-enough host, and street food is a topic that ignites fierce debate, so he and his team have plenty of material to work through. You... More

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